The ladies of Salt-N-Pepa as you know was one of the first all female rap groups when they formed in 1985 and The Clark Sisters were known as one of the first superstar gospel groups that brought gospel to the mainstream. Now BOTH of their stories are getting ready to be told in separate, upcoming miniseries.

According to Forbes, the Lifetime network has green lighted production on 2 miniseries, "Salt-N-Pepa" will dive into Cheryl “Salt” James and Sandra “Pepa" Denton’s journey into the hip hop scene. Beginning from their time as nursing students and struggling rappers in Queens, to their growing popularity in the late 80s and 90s.

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While "The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies Of Gospel" will detail their humble beginnings, to later becoming the best-selling Gospel group in the music world. It will tell the story of the five Clark sisters and their mother Mattie Moss Clark.

While we don't know when the miniseries will debut, we'll be sure to keep you posted. Which one will you be watching or will you be watching both?

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